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Dolmen de la Bajoulière (4000 BC)
This megalith belongs to the group of dolmens Angevins (department of Anjoux, France) , built in the fourth millennium BC
The large rectangular chamber of 40 square meters, partitioned internally, is originally covered with a huge slab of about seventy tons and preceded by a portico of 3 meters long.
The whole is protected by a stone mound, whose base was uncovered during the archaeological excavation of the site.
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